BareBones Walnut Hori Hori Ultimate Tool

April 15, 2019 - Comment

13.25″ overall. 7.25″ black stonewash finish blade. Stainless pommel. Heat treated double edge (straight and serrated) blade. Integrated twine cutter and bottle opener. Waxed canvas belt sheath with copper accents. Boxed. Product Features 13.25″ overall. 7.25″ black stonewash finish blade. Stainless pommel. Heat treated double edge (straight and serrated) blade. Integrated twine cutter and bottle

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13.25″ overall. 7.25″ black stonewash finish blade. Stainless pommel. Heat treated double edge (straight and serrated) blade. Integrated twine cutter and bottle opener. Waxed canvas belt sheath with copper accents. Boxed.

Product Features

  • 13.25″ overall. 7.25″ black stonewash finish blade. Stainless pommel. Heat treated double edge (straight and serrated) blade. Integrated twine cutter and bottle opener. Waxed canvas belt sheath with copper accents. Boxed.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Do not Store in a Volcano What I like: heavy, sturdy, aesthetically pleasing for a garden tool, functionally sharp out-of-the-box.What I dislike: upon arrival a tacky, resin-like substance had oozed from the pommel and gummed up the rather nice box it came in. This substance is, I assume, an adhesive to ensure everything stays put.If you discover a similar situation, do not use water, it is ineffective. Alcohol (I used Everclear, an excellent cleaning agent) works perfectly and barely touches the wood…

Anonymous says:

Love it. Great tool. I love this thing. It is death to weeds. Works as a hand spade, plus cuts, scoops, shovels. The handle is comfortable and reminds me of a marlin spike. The tool is well made and well worth the money. I own and use this tool and a 3 prong hand rake. I found I do not need any others.

Anonymous says:

Multi Purpose: camping, gardening, look like you know what the worlds about. This thing rocks. I can dig up rocks with it. I can cut through branches and dig out tent stakes and, wow, is it neat looking just as is. Works. It works as a campers tool too! Update- it’s still great. My mom used it to dig up gopher holes and it’s just right for cutting grass and laying it back. It has a tough tang to it. One of us decided to try it as a throwing knife and I hear bywang! Turn around and she’s chucking it into the dirt to try and make it stick. Well she missed and no damage…

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